Apple CEO Steve Jobs said on Wednesday that Mac OS X 10.3 Panther could easily run on Intel chips, but made it clear that Apple has little interest in changing processors. “It’s perfectly technically feasible to port Panther to any processor,” Jobs said at a meeting with financial analysts. He said the company is happy with IBM’s PowerPC chips and feels the performance is “quite competitive.” “Right now we don’t see a compelling need to switch processor families. We have all the options in the world, but the PowerPC road map looks very strong.”